Vertigo: Its Multisensory Syndromes by Thomas Brandt
This study was written for physicians who are involved in the management of dizziness and for scientists who have particular interest in multi-sensory mechanics that dominates spatial orientation, motor perception,…
Vertigo Its Multisensory Syndromes synopsis
This study was written for physicians who are involved in the management of dizziness and for scientists who have particular interest in multi-sensory mechanics that dominates spatial orientation, motor perception, eye vehicle and local current. Special emphasis was placed on the correct diagnosis, and detailed recommendations were made for specific treatments.
The second edition resulted in a completely new book due to the massive expansion of the 1990s for our understanding of vestibular function and Des's orders. Few examples include a new concept of immunization analysis, in contrast to folklore fortification, both of which are essential for the typical role of the atrial back ventricle.
A second familial transient tremor, such as inherited anomalies, has been identified; otolithic syndromes have been identified as a separate group of inguinal canal syndrome. Several new central vestibular syndromes, translated and attributed to vestibular and vestibular centers, have been described; a new classification based on three main steps of ocular vestibular reversal is available for central vestibular components; the secret of the location and function of the multisensory vestibular cortex is slowly discovered.
This book differs from other clinical books in that it is divided into two parts: anatomy and physiology, on the one hand, and disorders, on the other.
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